19th Century French Empire Hand Painted “Porcelaine de Paris” Oval Jardiniere
Decorate a dining table with this elegant antique center piece. Crafted in France circa 1830, the “Porcelaine de Paris” oval jardiniere stands on bronze paw feet. Dressed with lion head figures handles, the large cache pot features two hand painted medallions with ducks and pheasants resting on a pond; the piece is further embellished with a bronze rim around the edge, leaf mounts at the base, and painted bird on the inside. The oblong Empire style planter is in excellent condition commensurate with age and use, and adorns wonderful and soft colors on a rouge background. Marking on the underfoot for further authentication. Porcelaine de Paris is a French porcelain manufacturing company, founded by Jean-Marx Clauss theApril 11, 1822. Jean-Marx Clauss wanted to draw inspiration from the great Parisian porcelain factories of the 18th century such as Dihl and Guerhard , the Clignancourt factory, the Faubourg Saint-Denis factory or the Locré house and its Courtille factory, rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi in Paris. Initially specializing in the creation of porcelain pieces (decorative objects, crockery and tableware, watches, jewellery), it is now a company that sells ceramic sanitary ware for export. The pieces are made with respect for ancestral traditions and the raw material, kaolin, by the master craftsmen of Porcelaine de Paris. Measures: 21.5″W x 13.5″D x 9.5″H.
|Dimensions||21.5" W x 13.5" D x 9.5" H|
Early 19th Century